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Few questions about Linksys NSLU2 :)

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by eikum, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. eikum

    eikum Network Guru Member

    Hello!
    I know this is posted some where.. But I didt find it..
    Have some few question about Linksys NSLU2 :)

    1. Is it posible to add bigger disk then 300 GB?
    2. Is it posible to add an USB Hub, and then connect more than 2 USB 2.o disk?
    3. Where can I find mod. to the NAS server?
    (link to all pages that you know to this box, so I can learn :) )
    4. Is it posible to juse SSL sequrity at the FTP server? And to download/upload torrents ?

    Eikum :D
     
  2. Avenger20

    Avenger20 Network Guru Member

  3. eikum

    eikum Network Guru Member

    Yeah thanks.. But I cant access the place where I can download the firmware :(
    Any mirrors?
     
  4. eikum

    eikum Network Guru Member

    No one hwo can tell me something about the questions?
     
  5. d__l

    d__l Network Guru Member

    With R63 firmware, it is possible to use a hub on USB Port 1 to connect more than one HD. This has been reported to work for NTFS drives. I've tried it with FAT32 flash drives. I'm not sure about multiple ext3 drives

    A mix of FAT32 and ext3 drives can not be used through the hub. The functionality of the NSLU2 is affected if these drives are mixed.

    No one has commected on the reliability of using multiple drives attached to the one port though.

    There is no SSL security functionality implemented for FTP in the R63 firmware.

    You can probably upload and download torrents, but it might be very, very easy to overload the NSLU2 with too many connections.
     
  6. eikum

    eikum Network Guru Member

    Okey..
    One thing.. Will the NSLU2 format the disk auto?
     
  7. d__l

    d__l Network Guru Member

    Formating to ext3 is manual only. There is a warning above the button that it will destroy any data already on the disk.
     

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